Lanco Edamame

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Grown in Pennsylvania for many years, “Lanco” is thought to stand for Lancaster County. The beans may have come from Asia in the early 1900s. Large green seeds, mild nutty sweet flavor. Harvest beans when the tops of the plants start to lose their deep green color, but before the leaves start to turn yellow on top. (There will always be a few yellow leaves at the very bottom of the plants, that’s natural.) Don’t wait until the beans fill out all the way to the end of the pods, this variety won’t do that. Hardy plants may grow 3-4 ft. tall if seeded early. Early group V maturity. Small (28 g) packet has about 80 seeds. 90 days. Fabaceae Glycine ma. Family: Legumes.

Collections: Seeds

Category: family_legume

Type: Beans & Peas